Assistant with a sense of humour
By now you're probably aware of Siri, Apple's voice-activated "personal assistant" bundled in the iPhone 4S smartphone. You can talk into the phone and Siri will respond accordingly, whether you're asking for the weather, the definition of a word or having "her" transcribe your voice into text to send an email. But Siri can also be quite cheeky, so here's a look at a few interesting things to expect as a reply, based on what you ask or tell her.
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